I've enabled compiler warnings and fixed any issues there as potential future bugs.
I've added some support for psuedo-classes/elements namely ::before/::after. Though it's difficult to figure out the API because so much depends on how the embedding wants to do things.
It's parsing the HTML "style" attribute, and allows customizing CSS inheritence.
Rhapsode screenshots attached, now I just need to refine that XML to be accepted by espeak.
Something interesting I just tested:
Markup like "<select><option><td>Test</td> <td>42</td></option></select>" degrades very gracefully! Screenshot attached.
I've heard from someone who'd appreciate being able to express this sort of concept to browsers, who'd appreciate this being incorporated into the standards.
The design question:
Currently I'm presenting these links as a grid of screenshots with different coloured shadows indicating whether they're from my list, one of your top visited sites, or something a link you've "pinned" to the front of the grid. For clarity and accessibility this information is also available in a tooltip.
Also I've been informed that it's not immediately obvious what these links are. So what would be the best way to label them?
Posting mostly about how free software projects work, and occasionally about climate change.
Though I do enjoy german board games given an opponent.
For people who care about, support, or build Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS).